Old name, new purpose: why we’ve gone back to RNID

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RNID mourns the loss of Royal Patron, HRH Duke of Edinburgh

RNID is mourning the loss of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, who was a committed patron of the charity since 1958 and hosted a reception in Buckingham Palace on the day of his 90th birthday to mark the organisation’s centenary in 2011. Prince Philip’s interest in hearing loss stemmed from his mother, HRH Princess Alice of Battenberg, who was born deaf and so adept at lipreading that people could not guess that she had difficulty in hearing. The Prince first got...

Old name, new purpose: Action on Hearing Loss becomes RNID again

https://youtu.be/q5xYVH45dDQ Hey, it’s the team at RNID here. We've recently gone back to our old, much-loved name after a decade as Action on Hearing Loss. We wanted to tell you why. The return to the household name, which dates back to 1911, is part of our ambitious plans to reach more of the 1 in 5 adults in the UK who are deaf or have hearing loss and the 1 in 8 who have tinnitus. The focus on the daily issues deaf...